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MetroPlan Orlando Board Approves Bus Rapid Transit on U.S. 192 in Osceola - 10/11/13
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John Lewis (LYNX CEO), Andrea Ostrodka (LYNX Strategic Planning Director) and, Mike Carragher (VHB US 192 AA Project Manager), following MetroPlan Orlando's adoption of the US 192 Bus Rapid Transit Project as the Locally Preferred Alternative.
PHOTO: [from right] John Lewis (LYNX CEO), Andrea Ostrodka (LYNX Strategic Planning Director) and, Mike Carragher (VHB US 192 AA Project Manager), following MetroPlan Orlando's adoption of the US 192 Bus Rapid Transit Project as the Locally Preferred Alternative.

Orlando Sentinel article - "Osceola tourism eyes beefed-up bus service" - 8/5/13
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Around Osceola article - "Lynx prepared to improve mobility on U.S. Highway 192, according to 2030 Vision plan"
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Welcome Aboard Celebration High School
The Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) will be adding one evening trip to serve Celebration High School.

Starting Jan. 7, 2013, the 5:45 p.m. Link 56 trip from Disney University to Osceola Square Mall will detour regular service along U.S. 192 and stop at the high school on Celebration Avenue.

The LYNX route is expected to arrive in front of the high school at approximately 6:07 p.m. This route enhancement will provide a public transportation opportunity for students who participate in after school activities. Link 56 will only divert Monday-Friday during the school year.

For more information please contact Matt Friedman, Manager of Media Relations, at 407-254-6206 or mfriedman@golynx.com.

STUDY KICKOFF MEETING
The US 192 Alternatives Analysis (AA) began in March 2012, commencing with a kickoff meeting at LYNX headquarters on March 1, 2012.

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